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    Which one is better for front upgrade setup?
    From E46 330i or from E36 M3? considering 330i have bigger disk diameter while E36 m3 thicker disk

    For rear I'm using E46 325i/328i and using E36 M3 Brake master cyl and servo
     
     

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    Personally I would go for the larger diameter as will offer more braking force. Think of it like using a spanner on a nut...if you extend the spanner you don't need to use as much force to undo the nut.
    I'm not a complete idiot...some of my parts are missing.
     
     

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